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August 2019
This month we share three lessons from a two week journey to Maine and through the North Maine Woods, a region comprised of over 3.5 million acres of forest!
Take Time to Reflect
Life is a reflection of what we observe. Slow down, or even stop, to reflect on where you are personally and professionally. There are so many potential opportunities ahead!!!
At right, Joan Plisko canoeing up Carry Brook, a tributary of Moosehead Lake,
Seboomook Wilderness Campground , Seboomook, Maine
Photo credits: Marc Plisko
Tide Changes are Predictable
Without fail, the tides flow in and out -- sometimes to the extreme. Identify predictable patterns in your life and create habits knowingly.
The mud flats we tromped in at low tide (above) and Joan Plisko kayaking in the same area at high tide (right), Casco Bay,
Photo credits: Marc Plisko
Put Down Roots Where You Thrive
Be intentional where you put down roots. You have the opportunity to live, work, and play wherever you choose -- select a place that supports and nourishes you.
Trees surround Daicey Pond with a view to Mt. Katahdin,
the northern terminus of the Appalachian Trail, Baxter State Park
Tree stump ecosystem thriving in Carry Brook, a tributary of Moosehead Lake
Tree/rock/moss ecosystem in The Nature Conservancy's Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area
Ferns on rock, The Nature Conservancy's Debsconeag Lakes Wilderness Area
Along the Penobscot River @ Chewonki Big Eddy Campground
Mountain stream, Baxter State Park
About Plisko Sustainable Solutions
Joan and Marc Plisko
Joan Plisko, PhD, President
Marc Plisko, CIH, Vice President
The mission of Plisko Sustainable Solutions, LLC is to catalyze positive health, environmental, and social change through improved customer performance, economic savings, and enhanced social awareness.